So... why did they have a broken axe in this movie? I finally got around to marking this film off my backlog the other day, and this question bugged me the whole movie. I did some thinking, and wondered, was the broken axe intended to be symbolic, representing humanity's gross incompetence and utter inferiority? I really think that it would work within the confines of the films themes and overall message.
It is not broken. The design is for easier use and handling. Source: The 20 hours super interesting behind the scenes material. Same story with nearly every piece of equipment. Ridley Scott spent a lot of thought on the equipment and shit, not so much on a story, but yeah.
I bring you love, anon.
>bread makes you fat
Do the Coens "click" with the modern quipshit movie-going public?
>your "king" usurps his elder brother who should, by right, become king
>the rightful heir is forced to kill his usurping younger brother even though he loves him, through magic potentially saving thousands of soldier lives
>avenge your king by killing his brother whom he loved and ending his house
>somehow we're supposed to not think this was a selfish act by Brienne
I have come to admit that Stannis IS dead and that they didnt show us his body as a sign of respect for the people that follow him. He was the rightful king. But not all things that are right happen.
ITT:scenes nu-males will never understand
>rogue frame at the beginning
I'm about halfway through S3 and I've realised I'm forcing myself through.
Where do I skip to or is this just not for me?
Have the writers forgotten about the Dorne plot since the first episodes?Nothing has been mentioned since then
There's only two things I love in this world, everybody, and television.
It doesn't really become 30 Rock properly until episode 7 (Tracy Does Conan) even then season 1 has a few issues after that.
Its worth sticking with though, its takes a big leap in quality with season 2
Comfy movies only
I just figured. We don't need /film/, we need /arthouse/! This is where it will be possible to discuss actual films, and no starwars no capeshit will not be allowed naturally.
Also I'm halfway through pic related, I love it. And this film brought me this idea.
>luke, you are my son!
what did he mean by this?
When Luke was a baby they went to whatever the equivalent to Maury is in the universe.
Was it autism?
Fry's the kind of guy you'd wanna spend your life with, his obliviousness to certain situations is just, ah it's cut, he doesn't overthink to much and he's sweet and generous even if the ideas aren't great they still end up sincere.
Sorry for whoring, i just really like fry
minority report tv series was bad but wow meagan good has a nice big fat bum
ITT: Directors people pretend to like.